CF Roundtable was one of the first places I was able to find support for and information about living with CF following my late diagnosis. Each issue and every page of the newsletter was read as soon as it arrived in my home. The wisdom and experiences of others was valuable support in my learning about living with CF.
CF Roundtable was the first source of information about living with CF as an adult that I found after being diagnosed 13 years ago. I had so much to learn. Having the resources of CF Roundtable together with my CF care team has made my introduction to CF a little easier and definitely richer.
CF Roundtable is just wonderful!
The stories and articles really hit home and are so relevant to our life as my spouse has CF.
I am often quite touched by the experiences that are expressed in this top notch publication.
Thank you CF Roundtable
USACFA is the greatest disseminator of information for adults with Cf. The stories are real and recognize aspects of CF that are often ignored. I am so thankful for USACFA’s commitment to being such a wonderful resource for the CF community!
I look forward to reading the CF Roundtable every three months, and not just because my cousin, Kathy Russell, is the Managing Editor! The articles are informative, poignant, funny...sometimes all at once. It does give me more insight into Kathy's world. I sometimes share CF Roundtable with parents of CF children who are unfamiliar with the publication. CF Round Table provides a sense of community and hope. I am grateful for all of the hard work that goes in to it, and for the organization it represents.
I was invited to be a director for USACFA from the now Vice President, during a difficult time in my life when I came to the realization I could no longer pursue a full-time career due to my health. USACFA has allowed me to find my passion for connecting and helping others in the CF community. I have met so many amazing fellow CF fighters through this organization. I can't say enough good things.
USACFA (CF Roundtable) is an amazing organization that I have become a part of in the past year. Fellow directors are some of the most dedicated, inspirational, driven, and intelligent people with CF I know. This publication has allowed me to share personal experiences and struggles of living with CF as well as learning an incredible amount from reading other's stories as well finding out about new research on the horizon for CF patients. USACFA and CF Roundtable has helped me connect to the CF community in a way I never thought I could and I am so thankful and delighted to be a part of this organization!
CF Roundtable is a non-profit run completely by volunteers with cystic fibrosis. The newsletter brings together those with CF to discuss, support and learn - with the ultimate goal of enhancing the lives of those with CF.
CF Roundtable Newsletter is filled with invaluable information. It has taught me so much over the years. The articles serve as an educational resource and as a source of support. The articles, all written by adults with CF, address the physical and emotional challenges of living with CF.
I cannot say enough good things about not only benefiting from the CF Roundtable, but also being involved as a volunteer. Before I became a Director, I enjoyed what USACFA offered the Cystic Fibrosis community. They are staple and have led the way for other organizations in terms of information and creating unity. As a Director, I have felt nothing but support, have been given all of the necessary tools to succeed, and have felt a great sense of pride being able to contribute in the best way that I can. The organization as a whole is so passionate about what they are doing that it is easy to find the motivation to be as involved as possible.
It has been my pleasure to volunteer with USACFA and CF Roundtable for 28 years. This group puts every cent that it receives into production of the only newsletter that is just for adults who have CF in the U.S.A. and into sharing information and resources with those adults. There are no paid employees of the organization. One hundred percent of your donation goes to the stated goals of the organization. I have CF and I find the newsletter invaluable.
As one of the older persons who have CF, I am 70, I find that CF Roundtable keeps me connected with others who live with CF on a day-to-day basis. I always learn from each issue.
I have been a volunteer for USACFA, the publishers of CF Roundtable, for almost 25 years. I know that it has been time well spent. I recommend reading this newsletter to all who have CF or who care for anyone who has CF.
And best of all, none of the Directors, officers or columnists are paid. All are volunteers.
I love reading CF Roundtable. When the newsletter arrives in the mail I stop what I am doing and read it cover to cover. Blog posts are also very informative. CF Roundtable is a treasure. I learn si much from each article.
I have been reading CF Roundtable for many years and I'm proud to serve as a board member for the organization. The newsletter, blogs, and social media presence are such a great resource for all of us with cystic fibrosis. It's free and easy to sign up.
CF Roundtable has been a life saving resource for me and many others. The newsletter started as a resource for adults with CF when there were no other adult focused organizations. I also think parents of children who have CF can also gain a lot by reading the articles in the CF Roundtable.
Now with the addition of a blog CF Roundtable provides up to date information on medical research and up to the minute information on efforts to protect the rights of people with CF.
The CF Roundtable community of readers are interested in learning more about CF and always ready to help others. The articles provide important information that helps people live healthier lives. Reading about others with CF makes me feel stronger and gives me hope for the future. Writers provide information that has resulted in me learning about new ways to deal with CF and the effects it has on my life. I am grateful for the CF Roundtable.
This is an excellent publication. Anyone touched by cystic fibrosis should subscribe. Terrific and moving articles written by adults with cystic fibrosis.
I started reading CF Roundtable several years ago. I'm now proud to serve as a board member for the organization. The newsletter, blogs, and social media presence are such a great resource for all of us with cystic fibrosis.
The great thing about the CF Roundtable is that it keeps evolving. The publication continues to provide very insightful and timely information by and for those with Cystic Fibrosis. Published quarterly, each issue has a focus topic theme in addition to regular columns like Ask the Attorney, Speeding Past 50 and Information from the Internet. Where the organization has grown has been in adapting to reach out further into the community. Originally mailed to subscribers only through the US Mail, the CF Roundtable is now available for download along with past issues and several blogs are published via email each week. It is a great way to stay connected. Finally, the organization which publishes the CF Roundtable now offers scholarships to students with CF proving their commitment to further strengthening the CF community.
The CF Roundtable is a fantastic publication. As an adult with CF, I look forward to receiving my free quarterly issue by US mail and by email. It's rare to find a newsletter that connects on so many levels but the CF Roundtable consistently does just that. It addresses issues that I have dealt with or most likely need to plan on dealing with in the future. Every page provides insights and perspectives from a CF adult, family member or caregiver. It's inspirational, educational and sometimes funny. And the best part is that when I find it appropriate, I can share my story with the greater CF community, get published and feel like I'm really making a difference. The CF Roundtable has also been a valuable tool for my wife to learn about aspects of CF that she might not normally be exposed to. Thank you Roundtable for bringing the CF family together.
I've been reading the CF Roundtable, published by USACFA, throughout my adulthood (I think I received my first newsletter in college, I've been in my professional career over fifteen years) -and always learned something from it. The content is a balance of practical work/life and up to date treatment information relevant to the cystic fibrosis community. The outreach over the years has only grown and expanded - through social media and other outlets to continue to offer content accessible, and free, to both subscribers and the public in whatever format they opt. With so much going on in the adult CF community, it is great to have the CF Roundtable put everything together in one place.
USACFA has made a difference in so many lives of those living with CF over the years. I began reading the newsletter about 15 years ago and I always learn something new. Besides informing their readers of clinical advancements and clinical trials, they also address the emotional impact of CF. So often this aspect of CF gets overlooked. Reading articles written by adults with CF who have walked the same path as you provides support that is so difficult to come by in a rare disease community, especially given the isolating effects of strict infection control policies. I'm so proud to be a part of this organization!
As a volunteer for the US Adult CF Assn and an avid reader of their newsletter, Cf Roundtable, I feel they offer the CF community support, inspiration and an environment to share experiences. Living with cystic fibrosis can be isolating and lonely but being part of this organization helps me feel part of a big family who cares. I am happy to see them grow and gather more readers who then become writers.
USACFA (publisher of CF Roundtable) has always been a beacon of advocacy in the CF community. Their publication covers many avenues of living with CF, and always offers a well-organized, thought-provoking, and optimistic tone for the reader. So thankful for all that they do, and I'm honored to work with such a passionate group of people.
As an adult with cystic fibrosis, CF can be an isolating disease. CF patients are not allowed physical contact with each other and the CF Roundtable provides a critical outlet for patients where we can connect and share experiences and knowledge. The publication is diverse and addresses a wide variety of issues within the CF community, including social and financial challenges, seeking higher education, working, traveling and clinical innovations. There really is no comparable publication in the CF community!